FTDNA Elks 2022

Mark Elliott
4 hours ago
In https://elwald.com/genealogy-by-dad-loren-s/ For making corrections to site; by Mark Stephen Elliott son of Loren Spencer Elliott WikiTree Your user name or IP address has been blocked by a WikiTree Leader. https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Category:Clan_Elliot Start of block: 21:01, 14 May 2018 Intended for: Elliott-11757 Suspected violation: Intentionally adding false information Accepting my standards, are Ancestry.com, 23andMe.com, FamilyTree.com, familysearch.org, and gedmatch.com [DNA# A269034(lawismarkellot) Ancestry.com data M904357(markellott) 23andMe.com data corrective Genesis NM6772478 23andme Gedcom#4997456] Gedcom#4997456 (over 4,000 in data base). With FTDNA sites active in Germany, East Anglia, and Norfolk, assist on NC Argyll Colony.] Gedcom#4997456 (over 4,000 in Data base). With FTDNA sites active in Germany, East Anglia, and Norfolk, assist on NC Argyll Colony. Both Wikitree and Wikipedia utilize this link which is outright form of digital censorship; http://www.electricscotland.com/webclans/dtog/elliot2.html http://www.electricscotland.com/webclans/dtog/elliot.html where this one is not without the “2” Professional research genealogists not of Wikitree utilizing https://elwald.com/, and http://gorrenberry.com/, are readily capable to find documentation on anything I have presented on researching my Y-DNA, of Clan Elliot Both the Wikitree and Wikipedia site the manner of which they are written are indicative of being strongly influenced to the point of control by historian, not of the Elliott surname. When I wrote and was not censor for writing for Wikipedia readership on Clan Elliot Wikipedia went up over ten times. With my fathers standards which were passed on to me, I would not make this clam of anyone doing this; Suspected violation: Intentionally adding false information, yet Wikitree had made this claim about Clan Elliott, the Elliott and I myself, without using the recognizable standard, which I use extensively and that is documentation. Wikitree, or anyone claiming to be a Wikitree genealogist, or anyone referencing Wikitree, the information because of standards passes from father who was a top US Elliot genealogist, to his son which I would disagree with him he thought was a better genealogist, anyone referencing, or claiming to be a Wikitree genealogist because of the statement made about generations of Elliot research, there inform is consider irrelevant unless like I have done proper documentation is supplied to support it. A269034(lawismarkellot) Ancestry.com data M904357(markellott) 23andMe.com data corrective Genesis NM6772478 23andme Gedcom#4997456 Gedcom#4997456 Also on Ancestry.com, MyHeritage.com, Familytree.com with DNA, and a 4,000+tree.
Mark ElliottMark Elliott
19 hours ago
https://douglashistory.ning.com/profiles/blogs/a-hawick-word-book-by-douglas-scott For University Profs, making Ginnie pigs out of customers SNP purchase are all right. At the early stages of Family Tree DNA capabilities in marker matching did not exist. Y-DNA was used to show dad did his research properly. That many of the Daniel Elliot group are of the first son. Am myself along with a James Donald Elliott is on a branch of the sixth son. The 29th chief and I myself had the genealogy passed down from our father’s mother, then to our father’s. Finding because of utilizing in Most Distant Relative, gives locality families are from, and a forename. If surnames still match over time, and they have a strong marker match, and similar locality, some administrators are already showing they are related. Though many people in these blogs do genealogy, it seems to be segregated from the use of Y-DNA which is a very useful tool in marking matching. Though since you do not have Y-DNA, I may be talking to the choir. Can see where the DNA Guide Team would have frustrations, they can see You Can DO DNA, and they are correct. Have a long road ahead, and a long bridge to cross, to show how Y-DNA can be integrated as a tool with other tactics and techniques, which genealogical documented is a much to find family. The Scott I feel have circumvented the Family Tree DNA site. They are the family with the most concentrated in the Hawick, Scotland region. More than the Douglas and the Elliot. Google is influenced by corporate advertiser and Family Tree DNA is a large advertiser.
Mark Elliott
5 hours ago
https://elwald.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/Scott-J-M172-with-part-Scot-Ulster-muster.gif Being lead by many groups; Jewish, Armstrong, Russians, and G-MOMS, the BYU DNA Guide Team are their daughter, they are just MOMS (mothers of Mormon son), the group I have to watch out the most for is these G-MOMS. With Lior Rauchberger, Bennett Greenspan, and I myself being of with mom’s maiden name Barna, we are of Austria (German speaking) Hungarian Empire, like that of Adolph Hitler. Since it is a geometric progression it did not take me long to find a Russian cousin a dentist from Moscow. DNA follows language where Hebrew is a language, written from right to left like Arabic, but Russian is closer to English because it goes right to left. People seem to try to stop people returning especially if they kicked them out in the first place. The Tribe of Benjamin seems to be closer related to Russia then I am. Am finding the tribe has Russian relatives which still speak Hebrew. It would be interesting to see what would and in this case already may be happening, if these Galicia-Ivanhoe Jews by speaking Hebrew if they could find Russian Jewish ancestors.
Mark ElliottMark Elliott
Mark ElliottMark Elliott
November 16 @ 1:27pm
lick right for enlarged image in new tab https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/38734448/albert-bird-armstrongal In lieu of flowers the family suggests contributions to the Armstrong surname genealogical organization. Funeral directors, Deseret Mortuary. Beccleuch warden of West March, Duke of Buccleuch of the Bauld (Bold) Buccleuch, has his home in Langholm, Scotland the hometown of Neil Armstrong. Armystand 1396 (army-stand along Liddel Water), Armestrang (Arme-strang army-strong, strang and lang are strong and long in Scottish Auld and Bauld are Old and Bold in Scottish, like in Robert Burns ‘Auld Lang Syne’, ‘Old Long Since’. References;(in the public domain) The history of Enniskillen with reference to some manors in co. Fermanagh, and other local subjects by Trimble, William Copeland, 1851-1941 page 218-9 https://archive.org/details/historyofenniski00trimrich/page/218/mode/2up The History of Liddesdale, Eskdale, Ewesdale, Wauchopedale and the Debateable Land: By Robert Bruce Armstrong, Volume 1883 page 65 https://books.google.com/books?id=nFr7oQEACAAJ&pg=PA65&source=gbs_toc_r&cad=4#v=onepage&q&f=false Chronicles of the Armstrongs; by Armstrong, James Lewis 1902 https://archive.org/details/chroniclesofarms00arms/page/259/mode/2up
Mark ElliottMark Elliott
November 14 @ 5:24pm
Example, of family history with tools of surname distribution patterns and Y-DNA beyond the reach of autosomal DNA as verification to the base genealogical research. https://ancestors.familysearch.org/en/LVQQ-G9F/benjamin-carr-1592-1672 Ferniehurst Castle! Built for left-handers, how many of this group or are left-handed? Not, a close cousin like the ones in this group. Like john carr Yesterday at 8:25pm Thank you for this post Mark. Like Mark Elliott 9 hours ago Feel name of group above given Scandinavian and matching mine somewhat from ‘Ælwald’ with variants ‘Aelwald’, ‘Alwald’ and ‘Elwald’ with variant ‘Elwold’, is ‘Kjær’ with variants ‘Kjaer’,’Kjar’ and ‘Kjer’. .https://nvk.genealogy.net/map/1890:Kjar,1890:Kjaer,1890:Kjer https://www.google.com/maps/place/3294+Kj%C3%A6r,+Norway/@58.9800027,9.9357436,13z/ https://forebears.io/surnames/kj%C3%A6r https://forebears.io/surnames/kjaer https://surnames.behindthename.com/name/kjae32r The name Kjaer, is on the Danish side of the border, where the name Ewaldsen with the Danish ending “-sen”(son of), is on the German side of the border. https://nvk.genealogy.net/map/1890:Ewaldsen,1890:Kjaer My most distance ancestor I have of Schinkel, Germany. https://www.google.com/maps/place/24214+Schinkel,+Germany/@54.3575822,9.9100792,13z/ Could for a grouping of ‘Ker’ Y-DNA, be Danish ‘Kjer’ or ‘Kier’ (Keir)? https://nvk.genealogy.net/map/1890:Kier,1890:Kjer https://nvk.genealogy.net/map/1890:Ewaldsen,1890:Ewald Marsh Moose? https://wildaboutdenmark.com/a-wild-moose-has-been-observed-in-denmark-for-the-first-time-in-almost-20-years/ In order to have a (moose of the woods) ‘Ælfwald’ surname there has to be a (marsh moose) ‘Kjær’, name because moose (American) – elk (English-German). These ‘moose’ are border reivers, besides invading Berlin out of Poland, they are also invading Denmark. https://abcnews.go.com/International/elks-make-dangerous-comeback-germany/story?id=17173306 As one can see above with marker matching, the group of Carr was able to isolated out are of closer relation between themselves and to Benjamin Carr than I am. SNP shows Scandinavian as the ‘Kjær’ shows. It is abuse of great Y-DNA information, not to concentrate on marker matching, to charge people for academic but basically not purchaser need SNP extended test which turn of negatives. Likely all if testing a single downhill SNP will test R-FT125583 or one upstream, but it is the marker matching that is needed in family history genealogy.
Mark ElliottMark Elliott
November 14 @ 5:07pm
Mark ElliottMark Elliott
November 14 @ 5:00pm
Mark Elliott 21 minutes ago https://discover.familytreedna.com/y-dna/R-S19367/story Try to show tactics and methods for others to make discover on their own SNPs Example; https://discover.familytreedna.com/y-dna/Your SNP/story Will take you to your downstream and maybe upstream SNP https://discover.familytreedna.com/y-dna/Your upstream or downstream SNP/story The only sampling I have directly available is that of my own SNP which FTDNA the lowest is R-S163631 I have tested but share YSEQ R-A6719 with sampler which interprets as FTDNA R-S19367, so the sampler and I would share FTDNA R-S19367, buy YSEQ and FTDNA downstream splits, YSEQ into R-A6722 and R-A6724, where FTDNA R-S19367 splits into R-FT71388 and R-FT397836 wish these firms would utilized standardized numbers. Tests YSEQ R-A6719 > A6722 previous to below R-S16361. To me it is as a large corporation run by University academia not the buyer purchasers incorporating the information in family finding. It is marker matchers which today is most informative in finding family, beyond that the numbers are usurped by Accademia which does not even correct the sig figs (significant figures) in what was called the TIP calculator. This distortion in pre-SNP not being applied consistently by Family Tree DNA shows that the Data is being usurped from customer usages to be utilized by academia, and to extend the profitability of the corporation by charging the consumer for data the academics want but does not add to genealogical family finding.
Mark Elliott
November 14 @ 5:06pm
It should be noted that 29th chief Margaret Eliott and I are descended from fathers helped by their mothers on family history. Chief’s husband corporate executive educated as an electrical engineer. It is find if one applies that I am the biggest liar in the world, since I do things by Elwand-Elwald-Elliott measurement, like to see the results of those actions, having worked as a behavior scientist, in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Mark ElliottMark Elliott
Mark ElliottMark Elliott
November 12 @ 11:24am
http://gorrenberry.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/Bracteate-Hoard-from-Binham-Early-Anglo-Saxon.pdf N107346 Westphal Germany R-M269 101829 Elliott Germany R-S16361 https://www.familytreedna.com/public/Gresham_Grissom?iframe=ycolorized https://www.meyersgaz.org/place/21130048 https://nvk.genealogy.net/map/1890:Westphal,1890:Ewald https://www.meyersgaz.org/place/10467002 Elchwalde elch-elk (moose), wald (forest) Elchwalde, Preussisch Eylau, Königsberg, Ostpreussen, Preussen https://www.meyersgaz.org/place/10425003 Page 77 The elk-head and antlers stood for the names Elkford or Alford, and Elwald, Elkyard, or Elliot; the latter name originally meant Elk of the Forest. https://archive.org/details/chroniclesofarms00arms/page/77/mode/2up?q=Elwald Chronicles of the Armstrongs; by Armstrong, James Lewis MD 1902 Want to thank that Ben Tribe for their assistance, especially you Roberta. Do not forget those Jewish Hebrew speaking Russian relatives also they have been a big help. Like the name Roberta, my close brother is a Robert, and that is my wife’s middle name. In genealogy ones looks for information from people which look at it from a different angle. The Mormon ladies because they aim towards geneticists not historians seem to be at a higher level in applying DNA to genealogy. Though the Morton name is of the west Scottish border, I find it quite interesting having a high-level genetic genealogist named Sunny Morton. Really like though of the U of U cheering on the BYU DNA Guide Team. Sincerely, Mark Elliott P.S. Hope I am not in trouble with this clan tribe of Bens of Israel.
Mark ElliottMark Elliott
November 12 @ 12:03am
Mark ElliottMark Elliott
November 11 @ 11:03pm
Chronicles of the Armstrongs; by Armstrong, James Lewis pub. 1902 Page 77 The elk-head and antlers stood for the names Elkford or Alford, and Elwald, Elkyard, or Elliot; the latter name originally meant Elk of the Forest. https://archive.org/details/chroniclesofarms00arms/page/77/mode/2up?q=Elwald&view=theater https://nvk.genealogy.net/map/1890:Kjaer,1890:Ewaldsen Ferniehirst Castle Chapter IV – The Left Handed Kerrs https://www.electricscotland.com/history/ferniehirst/4.htm The only other well-known instance of deliberately cultivated left-handedness were the tribe of Benjamin in Ancient Israel, with a reputation in other aspects very similar to ours: “Benjamin shall raven as a wolf: in the morning he shall devour the prey and at night he shall divide the spoils.” There is a tribe of Bens, which cultivated left-handedness?
Mark ElliottMark Elliott
November 8 @ 9:36am
https://ridni.org/karta/%D0%97%D0%B5%D0%BB%D0%B5%D0%BD%D0%B8%D0%B9 Ukrainian surname distribution map for Зелений (Ukrainian for Green). (Zelenyy, Зелений) Polish is Zielony.
Mark ElliottMark Elliott
November 6 @ 8:38am
Mark ElliottMark Elliott
November 6 @ 7:30am
Had a graduate assistantship at IU. Monroe Co, Library, research a Benjamin Franklin, of the Indiana Pioneers. Met a lady at the time. DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND ELIZABETH FRANKLIN It was passed on to Naomi [ADAIR] HENDRICKSON from Ida Spencer HICKERSON that [#273.] Malinda Jane FRANKLIN wanted descendants to remember that she was a fifth cousin of BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. The “Portrait and Biographical Album” of Greene County, Ohio, lists George SHIGLEY, Jr., and calls attention that his mother [Malinda’s Aunt] [#252] Olivet [FRANKLIN] SHIGLEY was of “English descent, and a descendant of the family to which the famous philosopher, Benjamin Franklin, belonged.” A cousin, [#532.] Ann MALLETT, reported it had been handed down to her that they were related to the FRANKLIN that caught lightning in a jar! by Loren Spencer Elliott family to which the famous philosopher, Benjamin Franklin, belonged.” A cousin, [#532.] Ann MALLETT, reported it had been handed down to her that they were related to the FRANKLIN that caught lightning in a jar! by Loren Spencer Elliott Ann Mallett at 72 in the early 80s she was a retired elementary school principal when I went up to Indianapolis from Bloomington, is descended like I am also from and Indian Pioneer, Benjamin Franklin. Was in IU’s Cultural Emersion Program. Did a half semester of student teaching, staying in a BIA dorm, at Chuska. half at Chuska BIA, needed secondary, the other half teaching math and BASIC programing at Tohatchi Gallup, McKinley Schools. Then have experience teaching at Zuni, and mainly Navajo then some Hopi at White Cone, AZ. https://www.elwald.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/FranklinLSE.pdf https://d3tije9h5o4l4c.cloudfront.net/social-photos/3283859?dpr=2&fit=max&h=299&w=590 Mark Elliott
Mark ElliottMark Elliott
November 5 @ 11:45pm
Mark ElliottMark Elliott
November 5 @ 7:54am
Robert J. Estes, If you just happen to know this Ben, it helps for the experienced to help those of lessor experience which might not have had the assistance of the father on the Y-DNA. The above I did for Ben yes, Ben, hope you know who this Ben is, so that you can pass the information on. Mark Elliott Please do not tell anyone but I am related to a crazy Ben which flew a kite in a thunderstorm then ‘caught lightning in a jar’. People do not seem to get enough of him. They seem to like a lot of ‘Benjamins’. https://forebears.io/surnames/gitte https://nvk.genealogy.net/map/1890:Gitte Danish ‘gitte’, English ‘Phyllis’. For ‘Phyllis’ use ‘Phillis’, an Ulster c1630 Armagh surname. www.therjhuntercollection.com/resources/muster-rolls-c-1630/search-muster-rolls/ If you know this Ben please try not to embarrass him with this surname.
Mark ElliottMark Elliott
January 15, 2022 @ 10:18am
Roberta Estes, thought you may be interested in this ‘brick wall’, the Rush are working on. Why did FTDNA moved to Australia. On of them calls me ‘mate’, it has four letters, I hope it does not mean something bad. Mark Elliott, to; Steve Rush, We have this thing more than half solved. Imaging a Rush from East Anglia, living in Australia, utilizing DNA, and going after one of the top genealogical problems of the day. Where is William Rush from in England, and today we can say it’s not Wales, and is most likely Suffolk, East Anglia. Still feel that the Rush of Anglia, and the Rusch of southern Denmark-northern Germany are of the same group. The spelling is felt not to travel, but the word pronunciation of “rush” travel over, then came into the written language, in Anglia, spelled Rush(e), in Denmark-Germany spelled Rusch. As one can see using autosomal DNA even though the tree has been kept private, the connection for me is through Aaron Rush and Nancy Melvina Hammer. Isaac C. Rush, is different from Isaac W. Rush. Like Steve Rush states, the DNA does not lie. Steve Rush, (note; Rush Y-DNA from Suffolk, moved to Austria;…so are you’re mate.) Like I said you get that A159663 (*lkje) from the Johnson research site nobody would expect me to have a 7cMs match with some one YOU at 2-3 hundred years so a 5.8 Cma is pretty interesting to me. I am related to Issac C Rush and his son Cyrus Rush and so are you Mate. and LISTEN WE ARE NOT related to DR Benjamin Rush Or Sir Thomas Rushe and you can shuffle your numbers and your files about all you like DNA does Not Lie. my ancestry Tree is RUSH STUFF 1 Steve Can not find any disagreement with what you have said above. Even found, Cyrus Hayden Rush, and Isaac C. (corrected to W. married to Jessie Mae Johnson of Johnson research using autosomal DNA Oct 2019) Rush in my family tree, along with a George Bedford Johnson (?, 10/2019). Steve, but how are we related? Don’t tell your Hammer friend about my Hammer relations, it may get you into trouble. It is felt the two lines are related utilizing auto-somal DNA. Half way thought before line came out of North Carolina as Quakers, related to Dr. Benjamin Rush signer of the Declaration of Independence. Dad, got this one correct it is Virginia not Carolina, came over before the Cromwellian Civil War as Anglican, the converted by Scots Quakers to Quakerism. Related to the Washington family of Washington County, Virginia.
Mark ElliottMark Elliott
January 11, 2022 @ 9:09am
With R-U106 Anglo-Saxon, Proto-Germanic, R-U106 Y-DNA, my R-U106 seems to originated in the Ukraine, of the family where the family gained the Germanic, name of Elke, in America, they would utilize the surname Moose. It split and went towards Schinkel, Germany, where we were the El(k)wald, or ‘moose of the woods’. Part of the clan went north to Norway they were the ‘moos of thickets’ then to Normandy. Met again a Stamford Bridge, Yorkshire and The Battle of Hastings, in a family feud. The Normans won that one so the Anglo-Saxon, of East Anglia, started having surnames, and taking Norman names such as Robert and William. Alan Elfwald, East Anglia did not have elk/moose, so they used ‘elf’ instead of ‘elk’, and our split with the ‘moose of the thickets’, we developed a chieftain line starting with Robert Elwald 1, going to Robert Elwald 10, then Robert Ellot, with and influx of Ellot which the Earls (Douglas) of Angus brought down from Angus to soldier the Hermitage Castle. These came from farmers on el-lots, land measured with compass and line-of-sight LOS, and a pike of six Edinburgh standard ‘el’s in length. They called this land ‘ellot’ (quadrilateral field with sides measured in Scottish els), and the people which came from the drainage/dale ‘Ellotdale’ where referred to as Ellot. Now it is the Elliot Flu which drains the region. It was not until a half century after the borders Armstrong and Ellot, were Pacified extermination and exile of Armstrong and Elliot did the Norman ‘i’ form Aliot of South France get inserted into the name which became Elliot. Today the 29th chief is Margaret Eliott (Stobs family spelling) she lives on land obtained in late fifteenth century from the last Douglas, Archibald ‘Bell the Cat’ fifth Earl of Angus to own the land. Sasine/Deed; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Sasine_deed_1484_for_Robert_Elwald_%28Elliot%29,_Redheugh,_Larriston,_Hartsgarth.jpg Our 29th chief is Margaret lives on Redheugh land and as chiefs do teaches the history of the clan (family). https://gorrenberry.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/The-Elliot-Clan-by-Newcastleton-Primary-School-Scots-Language-Project-2018-1.mp4
Mark ElliottMark Elliott
January 9, 2022 @ 11:04pm
Mark ElliottMark Elliott
January 9, 2022 @ 9:40pm
https://named.publicprofiler.org/ History (Rimington) The village was listed in the Domesday Book as “Renistone”. The name Boulton (Bolton) is listed in land deeds of 1302,[3] and Robert Elwald son of Alan listed 1304.[4] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rimington
Mark ElliottMark Elliott
January 6, 2022 @ 9:19pm
RSRS Results; 101829 Pauline Croak b Abt 1798 Ireland H27a 16093C, 16129A, 16316G, 16519C 263G, 315.1C

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